Published Tuesday, 11 September 2012
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Mr McDonnell says Mr McCausland breached the Ministerial pledge and code of conduct when he failed to condemn the actions of loyalist bands which breached Parades Commission rulings in Belfast last month.
Restrictions were imposed after a loyalist band played a song alleged to be sectarian outside St Patrick's Church on Donegall Street on the Twelfth of July.
Mr McDonnell says the minister failed "in his failure to uphold law and order and promote good community relations".
"For several weeks, the SDLP has been clearly voicing serious concerns about the conduct of Minister Nelson McCausland in relation to the sectarian actions of the Young Conway Volunteers Flute Band on the 12 July and illegal breaches of the lawful and binding determinations of the Parades Commission on August 25th," the south Belfast MP said.
"Yesterday, we made it clear in the Assembly that we believe his failure to condemn law-breaking and sectarian activity runs contrary to his Pledge of Office and the Ministerial Code of Conduct wherein he promised to uphold law and order and promote good community relations.
"We made it known yesterday, before the start of business in the chamber, that we intended to table a motion of no confidence in Minister McCausland."
The party leader said that they have obtained 14 SDLP signatures - 30 signatures are required to table the motion.
"We have requested all parties to come back to us in the next 24 hours," Mr McDonnell said.
He added: "Minister Nelson McCausland should be brought to account, both for his statements and his omissions in not condemning the incendiary and illegal actions in North Belfast over the summer."
A DUP spokesperson said Minister McCausland is "working with the community to ensure a long term solution to the problems in that part of the city".
"The SDLP would be well served in having a similar focus rather than trying to score points on the matter. Indeed, the SDLP, born out of civil rights parades, at certain times encouraged civil disobedience therefore it is not in the best place to lecture on that issue.
"At all times Minister McCausland has condemned violence."